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Kailash

Love this fun new feature, would love to see step by step photo tutorials on how amazing creative minds use their talent!!!

Tina C

Lots of super sweet inspiration there love the Chinese one the most :)

Shirl Boughner

love this idea and I'd like to see everything - variety is the spice of life.

Danielle Higginbottom-Brown

I have be scrapping for years, but new to card making. I would love to see step by step tutorials, and tips & tricks

doreen

love this new feature. love the card samples

Angela

Love the postage stamp concept!

I'd appreciate seeing Mardi Gras cards.

Donna Rawbone

I love tutorials on different cards. Thanks

Dee Brown

Great idea - I would like to see the easy, detailed, expert scrapbook layouts idea applied to a card - and of course the tutorial of how they did it.

Alma Dirpaul

I love tutorials.

Cynthia Boucher

Love the inspiration with all the different styles!

Lillie Keeton

Lots of variety! Love them!

Debbie V

I love videos and tutorials that show the how-to and the know-how of new techniques! Thanks for sharing the unicorn card! :)

Denise Bryant

Love the fun cards! I like the idea of a tutorial also...

Karen aka soccerboyzmom

Love all the variety of cards that you showed us today.

Janet MacKay

Thank you for card cafe. I love to see a card inspiration.

barbara macaskill

WOW! What a beautiful assortment of cards!!! Love the Butterfly one from Donna Jannuzzi and the You're Awesome one from Kim Hughes using the new Spectrum set!!! TFS!

Rhonda Strickland

This is an AWESOME idea!! I love it already. :o) Thanks for the fun and inspiration.

Kathy P.

I love seeing the kinds of cards that you showcase here today: fun bright colors and patterns, layering, and easy to replicate with other collections. I do NOT like cards that have so much layering that you can never post them without a special envelope and higher postage, or cards that have so much expensive embellies on them that each one can cost $20 to make. So I say keep 'em coming like these, very inspirational!
I would like tutorials on how to create 'movement' cards, without having to buy fancy dies and platforms, or different kids of gate fold cards. And shaped cards that will fit into regular card envelope. Peek-a-boo cards. Cards with die cuts to make a window. Thanks for asking!!! :))

Pam

Love this new feature. I always love the videos the most, but picture tutorials are great, too.

Jude

You can show me anything regarding card making & I will be a happy gal. I like new ideas but may not know all the old ideas either. Since postage is going up in March - cards that will we can mail without the extra postage cost. I do not have all the fancy gizmos but still enjoy card making very much.
Remind card makers to put their names on the back of their cards - they have created a piece of art & art is always signed!!!

NinaN

I love all the exciting new things happening here! Techniques and fun ideas are always great to see!

marylouh

I like seeing all of the cards and tags that people create. they give me a starting point for my own cards and tags. I don't scrapbook but I do like seeing the layouts - just not too many (sorry, that's my personal opinion).

Bevb

I love all the cards you have shown, what talented people are out there. Right now I am working on my Christmas cards for next year, LOL. I enjoy ALL cards and look for ideas and inspiration where ever I can find it. I would love to see more videoa on cards. Thank you.

Michele Washburn

What a great new feature! My daughter is graduating from high school this year, so I'd appreciate some inspiration for Graduation cards!

Jennifer Reynard

Aren't these all so fun. Very different ideas from each of the designers. I always enjoy getting other people's ideas, as I tend to think only "one way"!! LOL

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